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UDHAMPUR: Three days course on “Juvenile Justice” which commenced on 2nd of Feb. 2021, concluded on Thursday. In all 18 officers including SIs, Inspector and Dy.SsP participated. The theme of the course was to sensitize police officers about their role, responsibility and handling of juvenile offenders in the context of Supreme Court guidelines, issues and challenges of missing children, child labour, human trafficking, Juvenile Homes, role and responsibilities of law enforcement agencies in the matters of arrest and detention. Eminent speakers including Yasmeen, member JJ Board, Udhampur, Dr Arti Bakshi, HOD, Psychology department, University of Jammu, Dr. Mahesh Koul, Consultant, J&K IMPARD, Rahul Sharma programme Manager, “Save the children” delivered lecture comprehensively. Whereas Ashish Rathore, CPO, Kamal Sharma, CPO, CID Hqrs, Inspector Sanjeev Gupta and Inspector Devinder Singh discussed penal provision under POCSO and model rules-2016 in the handling of Juveniles. Vinay Kumar, SSP, A.D Administration in his valedictory address informed the audience about the efforts and concern of DGP J&K and Director of the Academy in organising such courses solely with the aim of enhancing knowledge of Police Officers.He also emphasized on the need to share knowledge gained with the fellow Police personnel so that ultimate aim of training objectives is achieved.
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